Request personal information

Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) you have the right to know what information the Council holds about you. Requesting this information is commonly referred to as a 'subject access request'. 

Make a request 

To make a request, you need to complete a subject access request form and return it to us with proof of your identity.  

You can return the form by email:

Alternatively you can write to:

Complaints and Information Team
Nottinghamshire County Council
County Hall 
West Bridgford 
NG2 7QP 

You can find sample subject access request letters on the Information Commissioners website.

What happens next?

We will acknowledge your request and may ask you to provide details of specific information you require together with relevant dates. We will also provide you with details we need to prove your identity.

Once you have confirmed who you are and provided proof of your identity we will respond to your request within the statutory timescale of one month. In complex cases this can be extended by a further two months. If this is the case, we will write to you explaining the reasons why.


We may charge you a fee for providing the information you request. If there is any cost involved, we will tell you about the fees involved before providing any information so you can choose whether to proceed or not.

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